THIS IS THE MOST EXCITING NEWS I’VE RECEIVED ALL YEAR!!!! The Jet Age of Tomorrow consists Hal Williams and Odd Future x The Internet’s own Matt Martians. Together they create some of the most progressive music I’ve heard to date and I’ve just received word that their third album ” JellyFish Mentality ” will be releasing this Friday! Here is their new single from the album… CAN’T WAIT
New remix by Odd Future group ” The Internet ” of Mikky Ekko‘s song Pull Me Down from his Tracks EP out now!
“Pull Me Down”, the Clams Casino-produced single from Mikky Ekko stands strong on its own. With the release of this EP, the song just might have five different versions in your rotation. Great remixes here from The Internet (Syd tha Kyd & Matt Martian), Ryan Hemsworth, T. Williams and more. Don’t sleep.
Hello again. This whole “picking songs, putting them in a specific order and wrapping them in a convenient package” thing is more fun to me than it should be, so I figure I may as well keep doing it. Someone’s got to get some use out of this, right? Right. Enjoy… Vol. 1 Vol. 2
New track from Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians’ The Internet. What project is this attached to? No idea. But does it really matter? Nope. internet – Give It Time by The Internet OFWGKTA
Kilo Kish is a name I’ve been seeing all over the place the past few weeks, but I haven’t bothered to check out any of her stuff until now. I mess with this. Really, the odds of me liking a song produced by The Internet are pretty high, but Kilo Kish’s “contributions to this jam”* are enough to keep me interested in seeing what comes next. * Tell me where that line is from and we go together.
This = the jam. Since I posted the track a few weeks ago, I’ve been killing it at volumes that some may refer to as “unsavory”.
[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Theorists! Long time, no see! I miss you all. Real world time management problems. You care, I’m sure. Anyway, I came across this today, listened to it 9 times in a row and there was no way I couldn’t drop in real quick and share this. I shall return!
This makes me exceedingly happy. I love this album to an absurd degree. Yesterday was the release date of physical copies for The Internet‘s Purple Naked Ladies, which was supposed to include the above bonus joints. Odd Future had some “tech. diff.” and have instead let these tracks go as a free EP. Everyone wins. I’m especially excited to have “Lonely Note”, the collaboration with Quadron.
Funny, just last night, I was rambling about how great The Internet’s Purple Naked Ladies is and wondering why it wasn’t being talked about more. Is the Odd Future brand having a negative impact on this project’s success? Damn shame if it is, because there’s alot of “OkayPlayers” missing out on one of the more interesting R&B projects to drop in a while. “Live it Up” is a bonus of sorts that didn’t make the album.